Regional ESD Support (PDF)
The reports on this page display the percent of students meeting or exceeding the achievement standards that were in place during the academic year the results are reported. The statewide assessment system, which measures whether students have mastered the academic content, is adjusted periodically to remain aligned with the required content. When achievement standards (cut scores) are revised, it is not appropriate to compare the percent of students meeting from one year to the next.
achievement standards for reading/literature, mathematics, and science were revised to align with the academic content standards in place at the time
achievement standards for mathematics at grades 3-8 were revised to align with the
Common Core State Standards
achievement standards for reading/literature and science were revised to align with the
Common Core State Standards for reading
Science Core and Content Standards
approved by the Oregon State Board of Education in 2009
achievement standards for mathematics and English language arts will be aligned with the Smarter Balanced scale, with final cut scores for the summative assessment verified and adopted by the State Board of Education by summer 2015. ODE intends to hold the high school achievement level steady during the transition period for purposes of the assessment of Essential Skills (graduation requirements).
Results - District and School
Search Test Results (2004 through 2014)
The Data Download application allows users to access public Test Results data. A user may make selections according to the year, district, school, subject, total population or subgroups to customize the view and download Test Results data.
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Results - State and National
State OAKS Results
08/25/2014 (22.10 KB)
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) provides results for the nation as a whole and for the states individually. Note: NAEP does not provide results for individual students or for their schools.
Schedules and Timelines
Assessment and Accountability Checklist
Key events and district responsibilities related to the ordering, administration, and reporting of Oregon Statewide Assessment results and generation of accountability reports.
Reporting Schedule for 2014-2015
01/14/2015 (229.80 KB)
Schedule for loading and editing of Oregon Statewide Assessment and Smarter Balanced results, and validation and publication of school and district accountability reports, for the 2014-15 school year
Conversion Tables: Scale Score to Percentile Rank
09/02/2014 (93.15 KB)
Assessment Inclusion Rules for Accountability Reports
08/14/2013 (766.56 KB)
This manual describes the rules for including student test results in School and District Report Cards and Assessment Group Reports.
Subgroups Definitions for State Assessment Results
SRC Descriptors by Subject
01/12/2015 (34.50 KB)
Score Reporting Category labels (with Spanish translations) for the 2014-2015 school year
Oregon Growth Model
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